As anybody who has looked to buy a house in recent years will attest, there’s no shortage of demand for property in Edinburgh.
It’s one that developers are looking to capitalise on, with swathes of the city set to be transformed by the building of thousands of new homes.
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The Skyliner project will build 338 homes on the waterfront at Leith at a cost of £80million. It should be completed by 2023. Photo: CDA
2. Moda Springside - The McEwan
The £215 million Moda Springside developent at Fountainbridge will build 476 homes by the end of 2022. Photo: CDA
3. Edinburgh's Garden District
Edinburgh's Garden District, if fully realised, will add 6,200 homes to the west of Edinburgh at a cost of £917 million. Currently only phase one of the project has planning approval. Photo: Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ), Michael Laird Architects, Merrill Pastor & Colgan Architects, EMA Architecture + Design
4. New Brunstane
The 49 hectare New Brunstane development has been approved and will create 1,330 new homes. Photo: AREA Urban Design & Architecture